The Cleveland Indian's Line up

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The Cleveland Indian's Line up

Postby marcheese » Sat Apr 18, 2009 9:35 am

So, looking at their line up, I see DeRosa in the 2 hole. His OBP is under .300 so far. I see it hovering around .325 - .350 this season. DeRosa has been penciled in to the 2 hole since he was acquired, but will it ever be reconsidered? Guys like Choo and Cabrera have OBP of over 400 which makes more sense to bat 2nd. I can sort of understand Cabrera batting 9th, because of his decent speed, and with Grady batting lead off. But Choo usually bats 6th. Anyone see a change in the near future?

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Re: The Cleveland Indian's Line up

Postby Grey » Sat Apr 18, 2009 11:31 am

I could see DeRosa switching spots with one of the guys you mention. He's more of a 6 than Choo. Not sure he would ever go to 9th though unless he severely slumps.
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Re: The Cleveland Indian's Line up

Postby marcheese » Sun Apr 26, 2009 9:24 am

Now we're talking! Choo to clean-up, Asdrubal to 2nd, DeRosa down to number 7. It's about time! They couldn't keep Cabrera down there for too long! Hopefully this line up will be used more often than not.

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